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Personal Finance from the Fringe
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Create a budget and track your spending with my Free Budget Tracker Spreadsheet, an Excel monthly budget template that makes household budgeting easy. In this video tutorial, I'll show you how it works and how you can get started right away with your own awesome budget.

#budgeting #budget #Excel #personalfinance
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Saving money doesn't come naturally to everyone. My natural inclination is to spend, and I had to teach myself how to save. After quite a few failures, I finally figured out what works. In this post, I'll show you how to save money for emergencies, retirement, and all the other fun stuff you want.

#savemoney #saving #personalfinance
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Here's how I cut my cell phone bill in half and saved $1,200 a year. I was paying $150 per month for two phones with Verizon, and now I pay $46 per month for the same unlimited talk and text, and the same amount of data. You can do it too by making one simple change.

#personalfinance #savingmoney #cellphone
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After creating a budget, the single most important thing you can do to control your money is track your spending. You should know where every dollar goes to make sure you're sticking to your budget. Here are three different methods of tracking that I've used. I hope they help you out!

#personalfinance #budget #debt #money
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Have you been thinking about the debt avalanche method to pay off your debts?
I'm personally a fan of the debt snowball, but this method has its benefits, too.

#personalfinance #debt #debtfree
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Are you ready to pay off debt that's been holding you back? With a good repayment plan and some self-discipline, you can be debt-free faster than you think. Learn how to face your debt, set attainable goals, and create a repayment plan that works with your budget.

#personalfinance #debtfree #debt
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Should you spend money on travel? Here are five reasons why traveling is worth the cost. Not only is it an investment in your personal happiness, travel can also improve your relationships, health, and work performance. Don’t think you can’t save money and still travel – you can have it all.

#personalfinance #travel
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This is my Capital One 360 Savings account review. You might want to check it out if you’re looking for a place to put your short-term savings or emergency fund. The savings tracker is the best feature, allowing you to create sub-accounts and track up to 25 different goals.

#personalfinance #saving #money
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You don't have to spend a fortune to give thoughtful gifts. Save money this year with these 5 inexpensive Christmas gifts under $5. The list includes gift options for the crafty and not-so-crafty among us. Have a Merry Frugal Christmas!

#frugal #Christmas
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Learn how to create a budget so you can get out of debt and save more money for the things you want. This is my personal budgeting method and I've used it for many years with success. Don't put it off any longer. Take back control of your finances!

#personalfinance #budget #budgeting
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